We are all so pleased to welcome Jennifer Woodward to our Berlin, NH office.
Jennifer is a newly licensed real estate sales associate, but is not "new" to us! We had the pleasure of having Jennifer as a student intern last year, and we are thrilled to welcome her back to the Berlin office.
At our firm, we have a successful mentorship program, and Jennifer will be working with Sue Solar as her mentor.
To learn more about Jennifer, click here.
Welcome aboard Jennifer!
Sizzling, crispy bacon is a staple of the all-American breakfast and is also known for making other food taste significantly better! You can enjoy it on its own or add it to a sandwich, soup, or salad to instantly make your dish a hit.
December 30th is National Bacon Day, so if you need an excuse to indulge in this delicious treat, this is it! Our real estate agents always say we know how to do bacon right in our part of New Hampshire, so head on over to one of our phenomenal local diners and order a big plate of bacon this December. Here are some of our top recommendations:
Everything is better with bacon, especially when you live near the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Contact us today for all your real estate needs.
Big-box retailers may run all the splashy ads, but small businesses are the backbone of our economy. Join our real estate agents in supporting these wonderful shops and restaurants during Small Business Saturday, November 26.
Badger Peabody & Smith Realty is proud to be part of the small business community in Central New Hampshire. Contact us for dedicated and experienced help with all your real estate needs.
If Keegan's not making deals in the White Mountains, he is out traveling the World! Born and raised at his family's Inn and Brewery in North Woodstock, NH, Keegan is passionate about inspiring clients about the aspirational lifestyle New England truly has to offer.
Discover more about Keegan in this week's "Meet Our Agent".
Keegan, how did you land in Real Estate? And how long have you been an agent?
I have been an agent for 5 years. I never knew how much my life would change working in a field that has become more of a lifestyle than a job. I love our local communities and being involved in their growth and prosperity is truly a blessing.
What did you do before you became a real estate agent?
I came from the restaurant and brewery business. While I enjoyed the excitement and fluidity of working in a family business, I felt that I needed to broaden my creative horizons. After taking a number of community development courses in college, I knew where life would lead after the restaurant.
Name a role model who has inspired you in your career.
Sounds lame, but Andy Smith, our fearless leader, has had the most profound impact. I had met with him prior to coming to Peabody & Smith. You could tell that everything that came out of his mouth was the truth. No sugar coating. Well, I thought I knew better, and my sweet tooth took me to a different brokerage. After a few months of limited success in the rat race at a different brokerage, I realized the goods they sold me were not the champagne and strawberries as promised. I couldn't stop thinking about that broker up in Franconia, and as luck would have it, he called me in a time of deep introspection and I knew it was fate. Since then, he has been right 99.5% of the time. When you have someone to turn to with that much wisdom, it really allows you to leave the ego at the door and grow as a professional.
What do you like to do for fun outside of work?
I am an avid air miles junkie. There is not much I won't do for a few miles. That funds one of my true passions: Traveling the world with my lovely wife. When not working or traveling, I am likely at the golf course in the summer, or on the ski hill in the winter. I help coach the Lin-Wood School's Alpine Ski Team, which keeps the competitive fire burning. My garage is a wood studio to fuel some creativity and vent some steam. Lastly, I LOVE to mow my lawn.
Where do you like to go for vacation?
Anywhere but here? I am grateful to live in a vacation destination, but when it comes time to get away, I like to get away. Some of my favorite places are Laos, Botswana, the Maldives, Colombia, Vietnam, Thailand and New Zealand. No matter where I go, I always come home with a deeper appreciation for where I live.
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